I am leading the research theme "Micro- and nanodevices for Chemical Analysis" as a part of the BIOS Lab-on-Chip group. Common denominator in my research is the application of microfluidics and microfabrication for use in the field of analytical chemistry. I have a specific interest in electrochemistry, mass spectrometry and optical detection. My aim is to explore new possibilities and unexplored directions offered by the advantages of micro and nanofabrication.
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- Involved as expert in the high school course module Lab on a Chip